Troubled UK retailer GAME has been saved by investment group Opcapita and will keep its remaining 333 stores open for business.
Several banks have approved a £85 million loan along with the takeover of all 333 stores to save over 3,000 jobs, reports the BBC.
GAME previously rejected an offer from Opcapita, before they went into administration and immediately closed 277 stores, leading to the loss of over 2,000 jobs.
However, the takeover only applies to the UK-based stores. GAME Australia and other international operations are still seeking buyers.
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